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Lisa Says... 10 years ago

Thanks! I've posted instructions here http://frostingfun.blogspot.com/

Godiva Says... 10 years ago

Ok...Now this is super cool! Did you also use a dummy for the head? Great work.

rachelj Says... 10 years ago

very cool. What did you make the head out of?

MrsMissey Says... 10 years ago

Shear perfection Lisa!!!!

Kiddiekakes Says... 10 years ago

Awesome Spidey....Great job!! Bet the Birthday Boy loved it!!!

letseatcake Says... 10 years ago

how cool

cakelady1994 Says... 10 years ago

great cake! ;-D ;-D

awela Says... 10 years ago

Wow! This cake is coool!!!

CakesbyKimmie Says... 10 years ago

This cake is fabulous. You did an awesome job!!!!

Molly2 Says... 10 years ago

This is way to cool when you say crusted do you add powdered sugar to your frosting to make it crust ?

Lisa Says... 10 years ago

Thanks...you can find the recipe I use by clicking on my name and then my recipes.

ShelbysYummys Says... 9 years ago

Love the cake!! but I do have a ?. Where do you find a wig head?

Lisa Says... 9 years ago

I bought mine at a wig shop

Lisa Says... 9 years ago

Thanks! I got the wig head from a wig shop. Good luck with your cake

Lisa Says... 9 years ago

Thanks! I'm sure you could make the head of cake but you'd need to support/dowel it well. This served about 50.

jasama Says... 9 years ago

Lisa, I want to thank you for the inspiration. I made the spiderman cake in January and it was a real hit at my nephews bday party. I used the sports ball pan and 2 small round cakes to make the head and neck. My son and I did a little shaping and it turned out great. I posted it on this site. Again, thank you for the inspiration!!

Lisa Says... 9 years ago

Thanks! I didn't even want to attempt the head out of cake so I am really glad to hear it worked out!

KHalstead Says... 9 years ago

thanks.......turns out my nephew wants venom.......and I saw a pretty cool comic book cover that had spiderman's head on it and half the head was venom and half spidey.....so I think I am going to attempt this cake like that........hopefully it turns out ok (fingers crossed)

Lisa Says... 9 years ago

Fingers crossed for you! Sounds like a great cake idea...can't wait to see it!

BellaRosa Says... 9 years ago

I LOVE YOUR CAKE! Could you do the head by using the egg pan & maybe a little trimming to fit together? How many servings did you get without using the head?

KHalstead Says... 9 years ago

you TOTALLY rock....thank you so much for posting the directions for this cake......I was just nominated to make a spiderman cake and this is the most awesome one I have ever seen.......by the way, where did you get the wig head??

Lisa Says... 9 years ago

Thanks and glad the instructions were a help to you

KHalstead Says... 9 years ago

well, I did it.....I think it turned out great.......better than I expected. Lisa, thank you so much for the awesome idea, I'm sure my nephew is gonna freak out when he sees it, your instructions on your blog were awesome too, you did a great job!!! Thanks again

byinvitation Says... 8 years ago

Lisa i was wondering have you attempted this cake again but using the barbie wonder mold pan or rice crispies?

Beezaly Says... 8 years ago

I love this!!! And thank so much for posting a tutorial!! I think I may use this idea for the cake order I have in 2 weeks. Thanks again-you did a fantastic job!! :)

CakesbyKimmie Says... 10 years ago

This cake is fabulous. You did an awesome job!!!!

Molly2 Says... 10 years ago

This is way to cool when you say crusted do you add powdered sugar to your frosting to make it crust ?

Lisa Says... 10 years ago

Thanks...you can find the recipe I use by clicking on my name and then my recipes.

ShelbysYummys Says... 9 years ago

Love the cake!! but I do have a ?. Where do you find a wig head?

Lisa Says... 9 years ago

I bought mine at a wig shop

KHalstead Says... 9 years ago

you TOTALLY rock....thank you so much for posting the directions for this cake......I was just nominated to make a spiderman cake and this is the most awesome one I have ever seen.......by the way, where did you get the wig head??

Godiva Says... 10 years ago

Ok...Now this is super cool! Did you also use a dummy for the head? Great work.

rachelj Says... 10 years ago

very cool. What did you make the head out of?

MrsMissey Says... 10 years ago

Shear perfection Lisa!!!!

Kiddiekakes Says... 10 years ago

Awesome Spidey....Great job!! Bet the Birthday Boy loved it!!!

letseatcake Says... 10 years ago

how cool

cakelady1994 Says... 10 years ago

great cake! ;-D ;-D

awela Says... 10 years ago

Wow! This cake is coool!!!

Lisa Says... 10 years ago

Thanks! I've posted instructions here http://frostingfun.blogspot.com/

jasama Says... 9 years ago

Lisa, I want to thank you for the inspiration. I made the spiderman cake in January and it was a real hit at my nephews bday party. I used the sports ball pan and 2 small round cakes to make the head and neck. My son and I did a little shaping and it turned out great. I posted it on this site. Again, thank you for the inspiration!!

Lisa Says... 9 years ago

Thanks! I didn't even want to attempt the head out of cake so I am really glad to hear it worked out!

KHalstead Says... 9 years ago

thanks.......turns out my nephew wants venom.......and I saw a pretty cool comic book cover that had spiderman's head on it and half the head was venom and half spidey.....so I think I am going to attempt this cake like that........hopefully it turns out ok (fingers crossed)

Lisa Says... 9 years ago

Fingers crossed for you! Sounds like a great cake idea...can't wait to see it!

KHalstead Says... 9 years ago

well, I did it.....I think it turned out great.......better than I expected. Lisa, thank you so much for the awesome idea, I'm sure my nephew is gonna freak out when he sees it, your instructions on your blog were awesome too, you did a great job!!! Thanks again

Lisa Says... 9 years ago

Thanks! I'm sure you could make the head of cake but you'd need to support/dowel it well. This served about 50.

BellaRosa Says... 9 years ago

I LOVE YOUR CAKE! Could you do the head by using the egg pan & maybe a little trimming to fit together? How many servings did you get without using the head?

Lisa Says... 9 years ago

Thanks! I got the wig head from a wig shop. Good luck with your cake

Lisa Says... 9 years ago

Thanks and glad the instructions were a help to you

byinvitation Says... 8 years ago

Lisa i was wondering have you attempted this cake again but using the barbie wonder mold pan or rice crispies?

Beezaly Says... 8 years ago

I love this!!! And thank so much for posting a tutorial!! I think I may use this idea for the cake order I have in 2 weeks. Thanks again-you did a fantastic job!! :)

tquinn Says... 7 years ago

Great cake, perfect! I was wondering if you used food coloring for the red icing or the spray?


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